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Labour Brexit policy is so simple......
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Roger
2019-11-09 07:45:10 UTC
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It's very simple. Labour will give the UK a choice between remain or their 'credible' deal.

Ok, so if it's so simple, can I ask Labour some simple questions:

1) Under the terms of the credible deal, would the UK remain under the jurisdiction of the EU in all areas were they are competent?

2) Under the terms of the credible deal, would the UK be able to make any agreements with any other countries?

3) Under the terms of the credible deal, could the UK parliament make laws that conflicted with EU laws if they only applied in the UK?

4) Under the terms of the credible deal, would the UK be obliged to accept, without any say, any changes the EU made to the single market?

5) Under the terms of the credible deal, would the UK be obliged to accept a single market for services as well as goods?

6) Under the terms of the credible deal, would the UK be obliged to accept single market laws and regulations that favored the Eurozone?

7) Under the terms of the credible deal, would the UK be obliged to accept open borders with any other country the EU added to the single market?

8) Under the terms of the credible deal, would it be possible to nationalise industries were many EU companies actively compete?

9) What would be the difference between remaining in the EU and living under the credible deal; other than lack of representation?

10) Is their any good reason why the Labour referendum could not give the people the choice of accepting the deal that has already been made with the EU and accepted by parliament?
Roger
2019-11-10 13:19:53 UTC
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It's very simple. Labour will give the UK a choice between remain or their 'credible' deal.
1) Under the terms of the credible deal, would the UK remain under the jurisdiction of the EU in all areas were they are competent?
2) Under the terms of the credible deal, would the UK be able to make any agreements with any other countries?
3) Under the terms of the credible deal, could the UK parliament make laws that conflicted with EU laws if they only applied in the UK?
4) Under the terms of the credible deal, would the UK be obliged to accept, without any say, any changes the EU made to the single market?
5) Under the terms of the credible deal, would the UK be obliged to accept a single market for services as well as goods?
6) Under the terms of the credible deal, would the UK be obliged to accept single market laws and regulations that favored the Eurozone?
7) Under the terms of the credible deal, would the UK be obliged to accept open borders with any other country the EU added to the single market?
8) Under the terms of the credible deal, would it be possible to nationalise industries were many EU companies actively compete?
9) What would be the difference between remaining in the EU and living under the credible deal; other than lack of representation?
10) Is their any good reason why the Labour referendum could not give the people the choice of accepting the deal that has already been made with the EU and accepted by parliament?
S'funny, I though at least The Todal would have attempted a reply as he seems to think people will actually be hoodwinked by Labour 'credibility'.
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